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The artisan factory of Carlo and Giovanni Moretti is restoring world-class design to Murano glass.
A departure from the bounds of history creates a wonderfully eccentric, almost perfect kitchen.
You can have the butcher slice carpaccio for you, of course, but we prefer this hands-on approach.
Behind its imposing façade, Palazzo Brandolini offers a delicious contemporary welcome.
Follow these expert tips for making smooth, creamy, luscious polenta.
It's not as hard as it sounds—but like any cleaning task, you'll want to use a good, sharp knife.
From the islands and lagoons of the world's most romantic city comes Italy's most underrated cuisine.
One benefit to making the effort of deboning anchovies is that you can then deep fry the spines for a delicious treat.
In Venice, the name Cipriani stands for hospitality, and good food.
For great Venetian seafood, we went to the source.
It comes from Verona, but to us it's a perfect Venetian wine.
In Spain, it's the name of a town, and of an irresistible, vigorous liqueur.
When it comes to pecans, size doesn't matter.
What you need to know before making your own pâté or terrine.
How to slice paper-thin sheets.